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450megawatts barges: Government likely to break April promise - ACEP African Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP) has punched holes into a Government promise to bring in 450megawatts in emergency power from Turkey by April, insisting that a December deadline is more likely.   More»

Posted : 26-Feb-2015

Unemployment Suffocate Ghanaians High unemployment rate is said to be the most critical problem facing the country currently. It is for this reason that a lot of Ghanaians have called on Government to institute policy reforms that will speed up the rate of transmission of growth impulses into improved living conditions so that they could be realised by the masses, especially with respect to employment.   More»

Posted : 26-Feb-2015

I won't manage 'dumsor'; I will fix it - Mahama reiterates President John Mahama in his traditional Ghanaian smock apparel was met with traditional music, and a parade held in his honor.   More»

Posted : 26-Feb-2015

Terkper: Gov’t disagrees with IEA’s dire economic projection The Ghana government believes the economy is on a sound footing, but it is a matter of time before Ghanaians will reap the benefits of measures being implemented now.   More»

Posted : 23-Feb-2015

Gov’t secures lower than expected yield on 3yr bond Ghana accepted GH?470.08million (US$136.25m) worth of bids for a three-year bond last week Thursday, paying a lower than expected yield of 23.23 percent in a heavily oversubscribed sale, the central bank said.   More»

Posted : 23-Feb-2015

Customs To Destroy Over 2,000 Seized Used Mattresses  The Tema Collection of the Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority is assembling all the relevant agencies to enable them jointly destroy over 2,000 used mattresses seized in the port of Tema alone.
    
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Posted : 23-Feb-2015

Ghana ranked 3rd least corrupt African country – Report Vision of Humanity’s second annual Positive Peace Index of 2013 has named Ghana as the third of ten least corrupt countries in Africa. The PPI measures the strength of the attitudes, institutions, and structures of 126 nations to determine their capacity to create and maintain a peaceful society.   More»

Posted : 23-Feb-2015

Workers on circle Interchange embark on sit down strike Construction workers at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle Interchange have embarked on a five-day sit down strike over poor conditions of service.   More»

Posted : 23-Feb-2015

New Kotoka airport terminal to begin March The Ghana Airports CompanyLimited (GACL) is to begin construction of a third terminal, to be known as Terminal Three, at the Kotoka International Airport by March 2015, B&FT sources have said.   More»

Posted : 19-Feb-2015

Ghana’s Economy Heading For A Crash; Cedi Will Fall To GH¢6.00 To US$1.00 Soon Chief Executive Officer of Dalex Finance and Leasing Company Limited Kenneth Kwamina Thompson has predicted the doom of the country’s economy in 2015 saying “we are heading for a crash as a country”.   More»

Posted : 19-Feb-2015

 
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